Tony Passaro of the Bel Air Tea Party has sent out a notice to Maryland Tea Partiers to go to Washington next Thursday (January 27th) for the first meeting of the Senate Tea Party Caucus.
Here are more details. Looks like you may get a chance to speak!
Sen. Rand Paul on Friday announced the launch of the Senate Tea Party Caucus, making good on an idea he floated during last year’s campaign.
DeMint helped several tea party-backed candidates — including Paul and Lee — win primaries last year and he is viewed as a hero within the grass-roots movement.
The group’s first meeting will be on Jan. 27. The Senate group mirrors the House Tea Party Caucus, which Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) announced she was forming last year.
According to a joint statement announcing the caucus issued Friday afternoon, “citizens will be invited to speak so we can hear from them and address their concerns about what’s happening in Washington.”
Time and location:
Thursday, January 27th
Senate Hart Bldg
If Tea Party activists can speak they may need more than one hour!
It’s not clear to me whether those attending need to RSVP, so check with Tony (email@example.com)